Buy a Tissot T-Race Nicky Hayden 2016 Watch | Ride Laguna Seca with Hayden at WSBK
World Superbike and timepiece enthusiasts buying the Tissot T-Race Nicky Hayden Limited Edition 2016 watch will be invited to participate in a track ride with Hayden around Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca on Friday, July 8. The watch must be purchased at the track on Friday of the GEICO Motorcycle US Round of the 2016 Motus FIM Superbike World Championship. The ride will take place at 6:15pm, after WorldSBK Free Practices 1 and 2.
Buyers of the Tissot watch will ride around the Laguna Seca circuit in the Tissot cable car with Hayden, the 2006 MotoGP World Champion and current WSBK racer. During the ride, Hayden will discuss his experiences at Laguna Seca and explain how he takes each turn. The Tissot cable car will stop at some point on the track and participants will be invited to take an on-track photo with Hayden. We will suggest to Tissot that they stop the Tissot cable car at the legendary Corkscrew, and suspect participants will agree.For full details of the offer, and an opportunity to buy the Tissot T-Race Nicky Hayden Limited Edition 2016 watch, stop by the Tissot Display at the Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca Marketplace. The price of the Hayden watch is $925 and includes a helmet case (see above). Tissot will also have other watches available at the Tissot Display.For those unable to attend the GEICO Motorcycle US Round of the WSBK Championship Series at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, the Tissot T-Race Nicky Hayden Limited Edition 2016 watch can be purchased directly from Tissot.
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